Innotech's Ionic CaliMag™

Innotech Nutrition Liquid Ionic Calcium/Magnesium is easily absorbed

Our very successful and effective formula is based on ionic and homeopathic sciences and because of this it is hard to compare with other cal/mag supplements. Products with more milligrams per serving do not typically translate to larger absorption rates. Cellular up-take is what really counts. Our high tech proprietary process uses high energy input to reduce the majority of the magnesium molecules to a size of approximately 500-1000+ nanometers of electrically charged ions. These small electrically charged calcium and magnesium ions are absorbed through the sublingual and mucous membranes of the mouth, thus bypassing the digestive system.

Why is there only 80 mg of Calcium per serving?

Typical absorption of minerals like calcium is around 5%.  If you consume 350 mg Calcium and only absorb 5%, this would equate to 17.5 mg of Calcium.  Absorption depends on the ability of the stomach to ionize Calcium which decreases with age. Liquid Ionic CaliMag™ is absorbed in the mouth and stomach. It bypasses the digestive process where most other magnesium products fail. 80 mg of Liquid Ionic CaliMag™ works wonders for those looking for results from their calcium supplement.

Recommended Purpose: Helps in the maintenance of bones, cartilage and teeth. Calcium in take, when combined with sufficient vitamin D, a healthy diet, and regular exercise, may reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis.

Recommended Dose (adults): Take 1 oz. (30 ml) per day or amount recommended by a health care practitioner. For best freshness, use within 2 months after opening the container.

Recommended Storage Conditions: Below 8 degrees Celsius (refrigerate) after opening.

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